hardened steel


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hardened steel

[′härd·ənd ¦stēl]
(metallurgy)
Steel hardened by quenching from high temperatures.
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Additionally, the unit's hardened steel planetary gear transfers up to 95% of available power directly to the relevant conveyor system, drastically reducing energy usage.
NAP's hardened steel Trophy Tip leads the way and is designed to punch through bone.
Impact toughness (or resistance to fracture) is a key material property for press hardened steel used in construction of the safety-critical elements of automotive body structures.
by using three wide clamps with hardened steel contact points.
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The hardened steel carbide cutter teeth on the front of the bit are designed to cut through the hardest soils and interchangeable cutter teeth accommodate a wide variety of job conditions.
The bearing rails are hardened steel with a Nitride-Plus coating for extended life and corrosion protection.
Couple that with super-duper hardened steel to handle all that cutting power and you have a set of diagonals worth the $42 price tag.
Available in pneumatic or electric configurations, the punch units use hardened steel tooling that is said to be clean cutting and fast acting.
The gate utilizes easily accessible, hardened steel cam-adjustable rollers and polymer blade guides--a feature that is critical to maintaining a positive seal.
Adjustable rotor tips are available in EDPM, hardened steel, stainless steel, bronze or polyurethane.
The Primer Pocket Swager Bench Tool simplifies removal of staked primer pockets, and features a die cast aluminum base, hardened steel cam and foam padded grip handle.